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I Need More Component Video Inputs.

by hamfry / December 15, 2004 2:13 AM PST

Does anyone know of a good HTIB system (under $800, preferrably) with more than four component video inputs?

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by cebuyer / December 15, 2004 12:38 PM PST

May I ask what you planning on hooking up?

I have not seen many receivers on the market with more then 4 sets of component inputs. The ones with the 4 inputs are already at $4000+ and that's only the receiver.

You could however use a component video switcher.


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RE: hmmm...
by hamfry / December 16, 2004 2:45 PM PST
In reply to: hmmm...

I'd like to go fully Hi-def. I want to run a DVD player, DVR, Playstation 2, Xbox, and Gamecube through a component connection. I'm also in the market for a good set of speakers. My TV has three component inputs, but that's not enough anymore.

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